10th Doctor X Reader Valentine's DayWith lots of whirring and humming, the TARDIS finally touched down. You opened the door, wearing your favorite white shirt and (fav color) pants. As soon as you stepped out of the wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey machine, you were greeted with the sights, smells, and sounds of India. Your Doctor stepped out of the TARDIS as well, wearing his blue pinstripe suit.10th Doctor X Reader Valentine's Day by Star-Trekker-13
“Uh, Doctor, when exactly are we and why?” you asked.
“Well, you always said you wanted to go to India. This is March 17th, 2014 in India. And-”
Suddenly, he was cut off as two boys threw colored powder at the two of you. After the attack, the two young boys ran off, laughing at their success. As you wiped away the powder from your eyes, you took in the damage and decided that today was not the best day to wear white. Your shirt was covered with a bright orange powder, as well as some of your face and hair. The Doctor was another story: he was covered in green powder, which slightly stood out on his dark blue
9th Doctor X Reader: CancerYou were tired. Tired beyond belief. You wanted to sleep. You just wanted to fall into a deep sleep. You wanted to escape the pain and suffering. But you couldn’t. You still held on to the hope that your Doctor would arrive in time.9th Doctor X Reader: Cancer by Star-Trekker-13
You had been travelling with the Doctor for a while. Together, the two of you travelled to so many different places and seen many things. Finally, you weren’t feeling well, so you decided to ask if you could go home for a bit. However, he beat you to the punchline. Your jumper wearing, buzz cut, leather jacket draped Doctor told you that where he was going was really dangerous, and he didn’t want to risk your life. So, he dropped you off at your place, kissed your cheek, and whispered promises that he would be back for you.
That was two months ago. Since then, you had been diagnosed with leukemia. Every day was a struggle. You had survived several rounds of chemotherapy and lost all of your hair. Although you were happy to be alive, there
Dean x Reader - Dying Wouldn't Be So BadWarnings: cancer, sickness, mentions of death and some swearing.Dean x Reader - Dying Wouldn't Be So Bad by everytimechelle
The first person you told was Castiel, in obvious hopes that he could do something about it. Dean had pulled over to the side of the highway for a pit stop, he and Sam delving into the dense brush at the side of the road so no one would see them. You stayed back with Castiel, since he didn’t go to the bathroom and you would only go in the woods if the situation was dire.
Leaning against the side of the car together, you blurted out the truth. “Cas, I have stomach cancer.”
The angel turned his head to you, his usual melancholy expression looking more pained than usual. “I know. I’m sorry, but I have to inform you that there is nothing I can do, as I am no longer able to heal. Perhaps if you asked Gabriel, he would be able to assist you.”
You shook your head. You would have to think it over for a long time before ever asking Gabriel for help l